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This Is The First Liberty Walk Nissan GT-R In Hong Kong

We imagine they'll be a few more after this.

ReinArt.Design has just unveiled the very first Liberty Walk Nissan GT-R in Hong Kong, and it is just as epic as you would hope. The project began life as a 2011 model, and the first course of action was fitting an Airrex air suspension to slam the GT-R to the floor. Next, Kline Innovation was tasked with building a custom Inconel catless turboback exhaust with carbon-fiber tips for a sound normally reserved for Formula One cars.

The engine also received some extensive modifications, including a remapped ECU and transmission software by COBB Tuning, new intake and injectors, resulting in output in the high 600 horsepower. Three weeks at the body shop later, the Liberty Walk widebody kit was fitted along with some fat 20-inch PUR Forged LG04 alloys with custom offsets. Hat tip to Justin!

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